Helping Hands

Ramadan Give Back

Since 2008 Ramadan Give Back has been working diligently to provide families in need around the Khartoum area with food to ease their burden and allow them to truly celebrate Eid-Al-Fitr. They have continuously expanded their efforts to reach more families as they collected, packaged, and distributed an increasing number of hampers. In their fifth year, your help and generosity is needed more than ever, as families around Sudan are struggling with the rising costs of food and living. Your donations will go directly into providing hampers of food to be distributed in the most poverty-stricken areas around Khartoum.

What is in the hampers? sugar, wheat flour, sorghum flour, cooking oil, tea, noodle, rice, bouillon cubes, and lentils

Your donations are welcome in ANY form. You can donate any of the food items listed above or cash to help purchase them. Collection points have been set up around Khartoum to receive your donations.

For more info about the group and how to donate, visit Ramdan Give Back Facebook page

To Sudan with Love 

A voluntary group based in Khartoum, aimed at supporting underprivileged communities in Sudan.

Group Work Plan:

  • The group works on community charity projects, which will help build, fix or provide needed equipment to schools and clinics in Sudan, and will accordingly gather donations for these projects.
  • The group will cooperate with other humanitarian groups and foundations in different ways, as well as connecting donors with other foundations by providing them with their information, projects, contact details and focal point of contact.
  • As part of the group’s community projects, it will also help individuals in finding jobs or creating small projects that will help them support their families.

Group Rules & Regulations:

  • There will be no obligations whatsoever on members to donate or participate. Details on how and where to donate are posted on the group’s website and on their Facebook page.
  • Members are welcome to Email their ideas and suggestions for new humanitarian/charity projects sudanwithlove (AT) gmail (DOT) com
  • This is a 100% voluntary group and all members participating “physically” are doing it on their “free time”, therefore any delay or postponement of activities and tasks are possible, and should be realized.
Visit To Sudan with Love website or visit the group’s Facebook page

Feena Khair 

Feena Khair is an initiative started by a group of young volunteers who oath to serve their community, with all what their strength and ability can offer.

  • An independent group which does not belong to any official body or organization, and their ambition is to serve the largest segment of those in need in Sudan.
  • Their ideas and thoughts were sprouted from the television show ‘Khawatir’ presented by a Ahmed Al-Shegeeri , and how he helps and serves the communities all around the globe, and help increase the awareness of the community.

Their goal during the holy month of Ramadan:

  • Putting a smile on each face of a needy child in Eid al-Fitr (Brand New Eid clothing and toys)

Their goals after the holy month of Ramadan:

  1. Provide financial assistance in the treatment of patients in hospitals
  2. Renovation of schools
  3. Support families in need

The community needs your help financially, in-kind or in person. Donations can be either delivered personally or transferred using phone credit. Visit their Facebook group for more info.

Education without Borders

  • Education without Borders is a youth voluntary group. Their goal is to help and contribute to the development of education and the educational environment in Sudan. By providing advanced integrated programs of interest to education at all stages the dropout rates decrease.
  • Facebook is the only communication channel, 10,000 members are supporting and willing to contribute.
  • One of the group achievements is “Your old book is my new book” initiative. The goal behind the initiative was to collect 1000 used school books and redistribute them among the children in need. In response they received remarkable interest in the campaign by Facebook group members. More than 10,000 used text books were collected in addition to copy books and stationeries and redistributed in 8 states around Sudan (including South Kurdufan).
  • One of the main drivers for the group is the Maintenance of schools, Education without borders participated in maintaining & renovating schools in different rural areas. 7 schools had been maintained in Khartoum State, Jazeera State and Northern State.
  • Additionally a Therapeutic day conducted in July 2011 in Dar Alarqam School. “My Smile within My Drawing (basmati fi rasmati)” Gallery was launched to highlight the educational issues in Sudan and draw attention towards them.
  • Education without Borders on Facebook


Sadagaat group strives to encourage charitable spending. The group was able to accomplish many projects, the most popular of which is sponsoring Ramadan’s iftar for needy people, for eight years in a row.

In 2010, they were able to distribute 8,340 Ramadan packages during the daily Iftar program to nearly 1500 individuals for the entire month. This effort was carried out by more than 70 volunteers and extended to include hospitals, Quran schools, college dormitories and mosques.

The need for financial support in Sudan is increasing exponentially, and every year becoming a real challenge for us to expand Sadgaat umbrella of coverage, but they take it, in Sadagaat, as an opportunity to encourage everyone to contribute without fear, to give sadagaa with strong belief in Allaah and the rewards HE promised in this life and MORE rewards at the day of judgment, and to give only for the sake of pleasing HIM, and to give up to your ability.

They are hoping and working to cover this year 10,000 families with Ramadan package, and prepare iftar for 10,000 individuals on daily basis, bi izn allaaah,the cost of the bag per family so far is $40 or 200 SDG

Sadagaat website:


SheLearns Foundation

In Sudan only 61% of the population is literate and only 50.5% of females are literate. SheLearns goal is to educate these girls, for they will grow to become responsible citizens of their society. Each girl represents a future, the future of the community, of the country, and indeed the future of the whole world.

Their Mission

Sponsor a girl with any amount you can and guarantee her an education. The aim is to help girls from poor families who had to leave school because they could no longer afford it. These girls end up working in homes or simply on the street begging. They have potential and just need someone to give them a chance. By just spreading the word you will help in changing their lives to the better.


Email: shelearnsfoundation (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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